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Archive for March 3rd, 2020

The Brexit campaign promised that Britain could survive and thrive without the EU, that we could manufacture and produce what we needed.

Now that the coronavirus has raised its ugly head, suddenly supplies from chin are starting to dry up.

What now then Brexiteers? Will our Brexit PM encourage and provide the means for British manufacturing to kick in and start making items that we import from China?

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One of the most irksome aspects of getting ‘older’ is….you get forgetful ..like forgetting a word you know you know, but…it sits on your tongue and when you no longer need it, it pops into your head. ðŸĪŠðŸĪŠðŸĪŠ How often do you say “where are my keys, or phone? – usually it’s in your hand 😂😂😂 or going into a room and forgetting why you’re there. Annoying, to put it mildly.

But one of the things that annoys me the most……I forget to flick the switch. My phone battery usually lasts much the whole day depending on my activity. But now and then I have to charge it up to last till bedtime. So I plug it in and carry on with my day. A few hours later I go to unplug it and continue my use. Except….

Except when I look at the battery it hasn’t charged. I curse the phone; bloody rubbish they make these days….and then I realise 🙄🙄🙄 I forgot to flick the switch. Urgh

How often does that happen to you?

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